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M3 Track: Racing and DE Best mod for speed is learning to get the most out of what you currently have. Tracks and DE's is the place to start!


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Old Wed, Jan-16-2019, 12:12:20 AM   #61
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1. More seat time, get qualified as instructor.

2. Volunteer for the clubs you run with and you usually get free or discounted seat time but you have to help run the event and might not get the same amount of seat time as a paid participant.

3. Get some bolt cutters and be willing to drive on track in the dark without EMS or flaggers.


Noted, thanks for the advice!


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Kind of off topic here but can someone inform me on how to make it to the race track without paying a fortune in HPDE. I have tracked my car 6 times over the last year and it cost a small fortune at 300-400 dollars a pop for HPDE.
That's just for the track fees. You probably can add another $300-600 per weekend for consumables.
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That's just for the track fees. You probably can add another $300-600 per weekend for consumables.
Very true, cant forget insurance too
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Very true, cant forget insurance too
Plus hotel

I usually figure it's about $1k a weekend.
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